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Adventures in Japanese 2

(行く/行かない) つもりです plan to go/ do not plan to go [not used to ask about a superior's intentions or plans]
(行く/行かない) はずです I expect he/she will/will not go; He/she is expected to/not to go.
(クラスを) とる [とります] take (a class)
(うんてんめんきょを) とる get (a driver's license)
おぼえる [おぼえます] to memorize
しかたがありません。/しかたがないです。 It cannot be helped.
もちろん of course
(reason-noun)で because of (reason)
[おんな] female
[す(き)] like
Verb Dictionary form + つもりです。 Plan to do~, Intend to do~ [not generally used when asking superiors of their intentions. The subject of a つもり sentence is generally 1st person, and 2nd and 3rd person are only used in a question]
Verb ない form + つもりです。 Do not plan to do~, Do not intend to do~
Verb Dictionary form/ ない form + はずです。 To expect, is/is not expected to do~ [The subject is generally 3rd person. If it's 1st person, the sentence implies that someone else has an expectation that the speaker will do something]
Created by: robinav